Meet the School Psychologist
Self Awareness & Social Awareness
Relationship Skills
Responsible Decision-Making
Self-management
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What are our names?

Dr. Brynne and Dr. Christina

100

What is self-awareness? Can you think of an example?

The ability to understand one’s own emotions, thoughts, and values and how they influence behavior across contexts.

100
What are relationships skills?

The ability to form and maintain healthy and supportive relationships.

100

What is responsible decision-making?  

The ability to make caring and constructive choices about personal behavior and social interactions across diverse situations.

100

 What is self management?

The ability to manage one’s emotions, thoughts, and behaviors effectively in different situations and to achieve goals. 

200

What is the role of a school psychologist?

-Helping students, parents, and teachers

- Assessment

- Counseling

- And much more!

200

What is social awareness? Can you think of an example?

The ability to understand the perspectives of and empathize with others, including those from diverse backgrounds, cultures, and contexts.

200

What do you need for a good relationship?

Trust, openness, empathy, loyalty, communication, honesty, ect!

200

Who can you go to when you need support when making a hard decision?

- US! 

- Teachers

- Guidance counselors

- Good friends

- Family

- Someone you trust

200

What are some strong emotions that people feel?

Happiness, anger, excitement, frustration, impatience, sadness, fear, etc.

300

How do you request to see the school psychologist?

There's many ways!

- Walk into our office

- Ask a teacher

- Ask your parents 

- Email us

300

Self Awareness: Share one or more interests you have.

:)

300

What are some examples of relationship skills?

"I" statements, good communication, supporting your friends

300

Fill in the blank: My decisions impact _________.

Myself, academics, family, friends, my feelings, others' feelings, etc!

300

True or False: It's good to keep your emotions inside. 

False. It is good to talk about your feelings with people you trust! 

400

Name a reason you might talk to us...

- If you are having trouble in your classes

- If you are having trouble with other students 

- If you want somebody to talk to 

- And many other reasons! 

400

Social Awareness: How can you tell that a classmate might be feeling left out? What can you do?

:) :)

400

Name people you have good relationships with and can go to for support.

:) :) :) :)

400

When was a time you had to make a hard decision? How did you come to this decision? Did this decision have good or bad consequences?

Thanks for sharing!

400

What self-calming strategies can you use to work through your feelings?

Self-care (read, do art, listen to music, do a hobby)

Breathing techniques

Mindfulness techniques

Journaling

Take a walk

500

True or False: School psychologist's only provide support for students with emotional or behavioral problems.

False! We are here to help all students! 

500

Soc Awareness: What are some service activities we can do to help others and make your school and community a better place?

- Raise money for your school or a charity (e.g. bake sale)

- Don't be a bystander, stand up for those in need 

- Help out at a local shelter/nursing home/hospital

- Clothing/book/food drive for those in need

- Clean up litter 

- Create care packages for families in need around the holidays

500

Use an "I" statement for this example: Your classmate behind you keeps kicking the leg of your chair.

“I feel ____ when you ____. Can you ___?"

500

If you notice the friend you are with is stealing stuff while you're at the mall, what would you say and do?

...

500

EVERYONE JOIN IN! Get a piece of paper and write down three positive qualities about yourself. 

Yay! 

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